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Co-published with The New York Review of Books. An intimate look at how Minneapolis is rebuilding — and reforming — itself after the police killing of …

Co-published with Slate. Most states let courts fine teenagers. The debt is taking down their whole families.

Co-published with The New Republic. The vast, hidden inequities of the civil legal system.

Co-published with The Intercept. It’s time to end the entertainment industry’s anti-Black, pro-police programming.

Co-published with Slate. A 22-year-old takes to the streets of a restless Salt Lake City.

Co-published with The Appeal. Public safety is not improved by stricter probation and parole rules, researchers have found.

Co-published with The Guardian. The killing of George Floyd sparked protests across America. Here, those who have taken to the street in Minneapolis explain what moved …

Co-published with The American ProspectLinda Tirado, partially blinded by a rubber bullet in Minneapolis protests, remains an important voice against social and economic injustice in America.

Co-published with Esquire. The killing of George Floyd and the inequities of our pandemic response are rooted in the same toxic brew of negligence, intransigence, racist …

Co-published with The Guardian. Working for the county probation department, the largest in the nation, means being equal parts social worker and law enforcement.

Co-published with The Guardian. For those who live in poverty, money bail can mean an incarceration. And some judges believe that’s in their best interest.

Co-published with WBUR. An extensive review of Boston police reports reveals the majority of those arrested in “Operation Clean Sweep” were not charged with crimes like …

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